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Operational Update

While it is hard to believe that we are two weeks into the province wide shut down it is reassuring to know that ski resort operators and Provincial Ministers continue to work together to be able to allow us to safely re-open on Saturday January 23, 2021. 
Caledon is pleased to be able to offer its Members some safe activities that can be enjoyed with your household in accordance with Public Health guidelines.  If you do plan to travel outside of your community to make use of the Club during the shutdown, please access the activities via the West Lodge.  Snowshoeing, ice stock, skating, disc golf and hiking are available, as well as tobogganing, which will begin today on Roadrunner only.  Our parking attendants will greet you and confirm that you have completed your online Health Attestation and will take your name for contact tracing purposes. 
Reminder – to assist our staff, when visiting the Club, please be sure to wear your Member Badge with your 2021 validation sticker.  
Masks are mandatory in all areas where Members are within 2m or 6 feet of those who are not part of their household, including the parking lot, around the lodges, ice rink and ice stock and busier snowshoe trail sections. 
The Club’s Operations team continues their snowmaking efforts to ensure adequate terrain when restrictions lift.  As such, it is imperative for your safety and per Government restrictions that we remind you that use of the Alpine trails is prohibited, with the exception of the lower part of Roadrunner which is available for tobogganing only.  Grooming continues to take place and ongoing snowmaking makes for an extremely dangerous working environment as trail conditions will be varied, rough and unpredictable. 
We remind you that tobogganing is only permitted on the lower section of Roadrunner. Please click here to read the tobogganing rules and click here to see how to safely access the tobogganing area
Snowshoeing and hiking trails are accessible at this time, but please ensure the use of appropriate spikes or crampons as the conditions along the way are varied and unpredictable with daily changes in the weather. Please check the Club’s website for condition updates before heading out and click here to visit Caledon’s safety page.
If you have left equipment in your locker that you wish to access, please email  memberservices@caledonskiclub.on.ca to make arrangements for pick-up.  We will require at least 48-hours’ notice to have your items brought to the West Lodge Office.
Skiis & Biikes at Caledon remains closed during the shutdown, but if you require any assistance, please contact Avery at avery@skiisandbiikes.com
On behalf of all of us at the Club, we hope you are continuing to enjoy the outdoors as much as possible with your family.  
Craig MacDonald
General Manager

Health & Waiver
To expedite your arrival at the Club, we kindly remind remind you, if you haven't already, to please complete your Health Attestation and Winter Waiver - either by logging into the Club's website, or by clicking the link below.  You only need to complete the attestation once.  When you arrive at the Club, the parking attendants will simply verify that nothing has changed since you completed the attestation. 
Adult Member Health Attestation (18 Years & Older) Each Adult Member must complete their own attestation using their own, unique email address. 
Minor Member Health Attestation (17 Years & Younger) To be completed by the Adult Member Parent/Guardian for each child under their membership.
Adult Winter Waiver (18 Years & Older) Each Adult Member must complete their own attestation using their own, unique email address. 
Minor Winter Waiver (17 Years & Younger) To be completed by the Adult Member Parent/Guardian for each child under their membership.
Both the Health Attestation and Winter Waivers must be completed prior to picking up your RFID card at the West Lodge.  

Starting Friday January 8, 2021, Members who have paid their 2020-2021 Annual dues and completed both the Health Attestation and Winter Waiver may pick up their RFID cards at the West Lodge ticket window.
Please see the links in this email to complete your Health Attestation and Winter Waiver before coming to the Club to pick up your RFID cards. 

Friday January 8, 2021
Roadrunner is open for Tobogganing!
  1. Tobogganing is restricted to a fenced off area on the lower section of Roadrunner during daylight hours.
  2. Guests are not permitted at this time – remember to wear your membership badge.
  3. Park at the West Lodge parking lot and access the tobogganing area by walking the hiking/snowshoeing trail or walking downhill on the Roadrunner ski trail. Click Here for Map on how to access the designated area.
  4. Masks are mandatory.
  5. Helmets are strongly recommended.
  6. Inflatable sleds or tubes are not permitted.
  7. Young children should be supervised as this area will not be routinely supervised by Club staff or ski patrol.
  8. Always check that the area below is clear before tobogganing down the slope. Return back uphill along the sides of the trail.
  9. Dogs that are accompanying those who are enjoying tobogganing must be on a leash.
  10. Tobogganing on any other ski trail is strictly prohibited as it is extremely dangerous and can even result in death.

Carver 2020
The Caledon Carver is available for viewing on the Club's website - click here to read. Limited numbers of printed copies are available for pick up at West Lodge.

Nominations 2021
Please contact any of the Governance & Nominations Committee Members to register a nomination or email the Club Administration Office at admin@caledonskiclub.on.ca
The Governance & Nominations Committee for 2020-2021 is comprised of:
             • Victoria Wilson, Chair
             • Jacquelyn Titus
             • Katherine Tremble-Taylor

Ice Stock
The rink will be available for free skate only.
Unfortunately, Hockey is not permitted at this time under current Public Health Guidelines.
Please adhere to social distancing guidelines and wear a mask.  
Capacity will be limited to 17.  
Ice Stock is limited to 4 people within the same household.

Disc Golf
Skiing may be on pause, but we can still get outside. Operations has set up a wonderful 5-hole, par-3 disc golf course beside the West parking lot for our Members to use. Come out and play!   Not challenging enough for you? Try the optional handicaps on each hole or come up with your own.

17431 Mississauga Road. Caledon, Ontario L7K 0E9 | Tel: 519.927.5221 | admin@caledonskiclub.on.ca